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go warriors. >> see you later. enjoy the night. breaking news tonight, the officer now seen by millions, stepping down. it comes after he was accused of throwing that teenage girl to the ground, sitting on her, then pulling out his gun. late details coming in now. also tonight, zeroing in. the urgent manhunt for those two escaped killers, now converging on one town. and tonight here, face to face. you will hear from witnesses who say they saw the fugitives in their backyard and what they said to each other. also, seen for the first time since the scandal, the former speaker, dennis hastert, in his suv with his wife today showing up to federal court. our brian ross right there with the tough questions. >> is there anything at all you want to say, sir? and the rush hour road rage. the man in the tie going after the other driver when a van nearly hits one of them. when rage puts the rest of us in danger.
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good evening, and it's great to have you with us here on a tuesday night. and we begin with that breaking headline out of texas tonight. the video now watched by nearly 10 million. the officer confronting teenagers at a pool party appearing to toss that teenage girl to the ground and later drawing his gun. we reported on the outrage that followed. late word tonight that that officer is now resigning. tonight, a new image. moments before that cop rushed in, once named officer of the year. abc's steve osunsami leading us off. >> reporter: late word tonight that the mckinney police corporal seen sitting on a teenage girl with his knees in her back is stepping down after millions have viewed the disturbing images. >> i want to say to your community that the actions of casebolt as seen on the video of the disturbance at the community pool are indefensible. >> reporter: the 15-year-old who recorded this chaotic scene outside a texas pool party says
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skin color had something to do with why police were called and how they reacted. >> i was like one of the few caucasian people at the party, so i think it might have had something to do with racism. i was scared that someone was going to get shot and possibly killed. >> reporter: the image that upset so many the most is this one. >> on your face! >> reporter: corporal eric casebolt getting rough with a teenage girl in a bikini. casebolt was named officer of the year in 2008, but just a year earlier was accused in a federal lawsuit of racial profiling and excessive force during a drug search. albert brown jr., who is african-american, says casebolt and other officers slammed his head against the hood of his car. police did find drugs. the lawsuit was dismissed. >> what do we want? >> reporter: family sies marching the streets here calling for casebolt's dismissal are getting some satisfaction tonight. steve osunsami, abc news, texas.
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>> steve, thank you. now, to the urgent manhunt tonight for those two escaped killers. that daring prison break, cutting through steel and brick with power tools. now, 40 miles from where they broke free, hundreds of police on the ground tonight. an intense focus on one town. abc's gio benitez this evening with two eyewitnesses who say they came face-to-face with the fugitives. >> stay with your partner! two-man teams. >> reporter: tonight, the dramatic search for the escaped killers takes us deep into dense woods. 400 officers pushing through tangled trees, scanning from the skies standing side-by-side in formation to canvas a large area of fields and farms. what they're doing right now is called a grid search. they are just searching every square inch of this whole place. they're pursuing a new lead in the search for david sweat and richard matt. 35 miles away from the prison in the small town of willsboro. at 2:00 a.m., in the midst of torrential rain, a resident spots two men walking alongside of the road, approaches them, but they run off. the resident calls police, who
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cordon off the whole area. the killers on the lam since saturday. these people who live near the prison tell us they had a close encounter with the men right after they broke out. so, they are just there in your backyard? >> yes, they were looking around a little bit, walking in our backyard, and people don't walk in backyards around here. >> reporter: still scared, they asked us not to share their names. >> lucky to be alive, man. like, they could have done anything. >> reporter: tonight, still so many questions about how sweat and matt got those power tools to drill through a wall, cut through pipes and saw open a manhole. prison officials saying all their power tools have been accounted for. there have been no arrests. but police are still talking to people on the inside. including this woman, joyce mitchell, a training supervisor working in the prison's tailor shop. police think the prisoners are capable of anything. matt, convicted of breaking a man's neck with his bare hands. but in prison, good behavior. sources say both men were housed
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in the so-called honor block where the murderers were allowed special privileges like wearing plain clothes. and today investigators have been going up and down these railroad tracks searching for any clues. tonight, they'll be going door to door to find these dangerous men. david? >> gio benitez live in upstate new york tonight. gio, thank you. this evening, major developments in the case of former speaker of the house dennis hastert. in court today, pleading not guilty to charges he lied to the fbi, that he paid millions in hush money allegedly to conceal sexual abuse from his days as a high school wrestling coach. our cameras capturing hastert there at the gas station with his wife of 42 years, right there in the passenger seat. tonight, our own chief investigative correspondent brian ross with the tough questions for hastert. >> reporter: arriving today without the lights, sirens and government bodyguards that used to surround him, the former speaker of the house instead was surrounded by a mob of photographers and reporters outside the chicago courthouse. mr. hastert, any comment you want to make? treated like any other accused
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criminal, the 73-year-old dennis hastert, once second in line to the presidency, made his way through security before being booked, fingerprinted and entering a plea of not guilty. he declined to answer my questions. mr. hastert, brian ross from abc. is there anything at all you want to say, sir? the charges against hastert date back to the time he was a popular high school wrestling coach and allegedly sexually abused a male student. the indictment says he paid his victim, identified only as individual "a," $1.7 million in hush money in cash to keep his secret from coming out. and federal officials say there was more than one abuse victim. >> do you have anything to say? >> i think people need to stop and remember that these boys were 14, 15, 16 years old. >> reporter: jolene burdge told abc news she's been waiting for this day for decades, ever since her late brother, steve reinboldt, told her that hastert had molested him when he served as the wrestling team's student equipment manager.
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>> he damaged steve, i think, more than any of us will ever know. >> reporter: the charges against hastert have raised other questions about how he amassed millions of dollars as a congressman and later a lobbyist and came to own two sprawling homes. we saw him monday with his wife, jean, at their place in illinois, along with one of their two sons, josh, the man with the tattoos, who himself became a well-paid washington lobbyist while his father was the speaker of the house. hastert could face up to ten years in prison. today, the former speaker surrendered his passport, posted a $4,500 bond and then went home, appearing very much to be a broken man. david? >> brian ross live in chicago for us. brian, thank you. a major development tonight in the movie theater massacre. the trial of james holmes coming to a halt today. three jurors dismissed by the judge, accused of discussing the case outside of court, something they are under strict orders not to do. there is also a new development in that case of road
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rage here in new york city that made national headlines. the swarm of bikers surrounding an suv, a family inside. tonight, for the first time, the undercover nypd detective, off-duty at the time riding with those bikers revealed. the judge finding him and another man guilty of assault, acquitted of the most serious charges. he now faces a minimum of two years in prison. we turn this evening to the severe weather watch tonight. 11 million americans in the storm zone right now from the midwest all the way to the northeast. 250 severe storm reports in just 24 hours and the images coming in. this time lapse from baltimore. the gathering storms there in the last 24 hours. we've also got flooding in nashville. a dangerous commute for a time. and look at this in rockford, michigan, whipping winds and rain. these images coming in overnight. chief meteorologist ginger zee's hometown, by the way. she's here because so many hometowns are right in that storm track tonight. >> the hometowns are numerous. and we'll go straight to the map to take you there. anywhere from georgia to new york, more than 40 severe storm reports just today. and you're seeing in new
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hampshire, still a severe thunderstorm watch. but there's another pocket and a brand-new severe thunderstorm watch that just came out for parts of minnesota and south dakota. that goes through tonight. same cold front that sparked those storms will move in. buffalo, cleveland, northwest indiana, you're all in it for tomorrow. that pocket back in the plains, too. and, david, this is interesting. the remnants of blanca sending moisture along with that upper level low up into arizona and new mexico today, even california. flash flood watches going into effect tomorrow through the next day. wyoming, down to new mexico, parts of california there, tucson, to give you perspective, got more rain overnight than they have or average in all of june. >> they need it, but watches and we're watching the whole country actually tonight, trouble 1309s. ginger, thank you. now, to that urgent medical warning from the cdc. the patient battling a powerful strain of tb in isolation now tonight. that strain of tb, only 30% of patients are actually cured. and this particular patient traveling through some of the nation's busiest airports. dr. besser is standing by on this.
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but first abc's david kerley with the race against time now to find hundreds of americans who may have come in contact with her. >> reporter: in an isolated room, the woman who traveled from india with this dangerous form of drug-resistant tuberculosis is still being treated, as tonight health officials track down the people with whom she had close contact. she flew into chicago's o'hare seven weeks ago. a dozen people in a nearby county have been identified and tested including family. they'll be tested again in two months. but the woman, who knew she had tuberculosis, also traveled to missouri and tennessee. the search is on there, too. health investigators also going through the manifest of her flight into the u.s. passengers in her row and two rows in front and behind will be contacted. even though it's unlikely they were infected, they, too, will be asked to be tested. >> i don't know the story of how she was able to get in. >> reporter: dr. anthony fauci, of the national institutes of health. >> you don't proactively screen of the national institutes of health. >> you don't proactively screen somebody for tuberculosis. >> reporter: this form of
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tuberculosis is fairly rare in the united states, just three to four cases a year. and the fatality rate, about 35%. but worldwide the fatality rate is about 70%. david? >> that's the stunning number. david, thanks. around the world, the fatality rate, 70%. you pointed that out this morning on "gma." so, that's why there's a lot of concern here with this case. >> that's right. this can be deadly. but, thankfully, it's not as contagious as things like the flu. but they're going to work to track down every one of the close contacts. >> the rows in front of that passenger and the rows behind her on that plane. in the meantime, stick with us, dr. besser, because there's another major medical headline tonight. a new cholesterol drug, an fda advisory panel recommending the drug be approved. 73 million americans have high ldl, the so-called bad cholesterol. this new drug found to lower ldl between 50% and 60%. this got our attention. but you were telling me, rich, it's not like a statin you take at home. how does this work? >> so, yeah, it's not a pill. it's an injection. and you have to have that injection twice a month. so, it's not going to be for everybody. but there are two groups. people who are on high dose statins and they still haven't
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gotten their bad cholesterol low enough, and those people who have side effects from statins. for those groups, it could be the way to go. but, david, one estimate, this drug may cost $7,000 to $12,000 a year. >> very expensive. and you've got to go to the doctor twice a month to get it. all right, dr. besser with us tonight, thanks. to other news tonight, some tense moments in the nation's capital today. two bomb threats called in, one targeting the white house briefing room cleared for a time as bomb-sniffing dogs inspected. across town, meanwhile, at the capitol, a bomb threat there forced the evacuation of a tsa hearing. no world on whether the two threats were related. no bombs were found. the president and the first family were not evacuated. we turn overseas tonight and to iraq now and the urgent new fight to contain isis now armed with u.s. weaponry, tanks, missiles and more, abandoned by the iraqi army fleeing as isis seized their cities. abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz tonight with a look at the american humvees now in the hands of isis tonight. >> reporter: today, iraqi troops
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along with shiite militias retaking the key northern city of baiji. this coming as president obama said the strategy to defeat the terror group is incomplete. >> we don't yet have a complete strategy, because it requires commitments on the part of the iraqis, as well. >> reporter: what's needed? a plan to quickly recruit and train more iraqi troops. for their part, the iraqis saying they want more equipment. these mine-resistant vehicles have been lifesavers for the u.s. military, and already in the past year, they have sent about 300 to iraqi forces. but vast amounts of american equipment have fallen into the hands of isis, including 40 tanks, over 74,000 pieces of artillery and more than 2,300 humvees. some used as suicide car bombs by isis as they took control of the city of ramadi. the armor protecting the isis driver until he arrived on target.
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so, american pilots, now taking aim at the american equipment left behind, hoping the next shipment does not fall into enemy hands, as well. martha raddatz, abc news, in the persian gulf. >> martha raddatz tonight. martha, thank you. a new revelation in that world cup bombshell tonight. top officials charged with taking bribes. now word the vice president of fifa, jack warner, under investigation by the u.s. over $750,000 he helped raise for the victims of the earthquake in haiti. that money later placed in accounts earmarked for warner's personal use. he now faces extradition to the u.s., and he denies any wrongdoing. now, to the stunning admission from the nba tonight. if you were one of the millions watching sunday and thought, what were some of those calls, you weren't alone. lebron outraged in this moment right here. the league now saying the refs blew it on at least four calls. let's get right to espn's lindsay czarniak in cleveland for us tonight. game three, a short time from now. she's on east fourth street outside a very busy queue there.
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and, lindsay, first of all, that moment so many people were talking about. lebron james appearing to travel. why wasn't that called? >> i think that's the million dollar question, david. today, we have the nba admitting that the referees, in fact, should have called him for traveling. so, that's something new now, that the nba is coming out and saying, hey, these were calls, basically, that were mistakes. >> it was also what came just seconds after that moment. >> the thing later was draymond green, they missed the opportunity to call him for a foul. so, that's the second in a span of literally two seconds, david. >> okay, so, all of us ganging up on the refs after sunday night. in the meantime, the players thoughing heading into tonight -- >> everyone loves to. >> the players are focused? >> extremely focused. the bottom line is, when there's a series tied at one game apiece in the finals, the winner of game three goes on to win the title 84% of the time. so, you can imagine, they're buttoned up, they're doing what they can to bond with their teammates, but these players are ready to go. >> wow. whoever wins tonight goes on to win it 84% of the time. lindsay, thank you. and remember, you can watch game
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three of the nba finals right here on abc, beginning at 9:00 eastern, a little later here. in the meantime, there is still much more ahead on "world news tonight" this tuesday. the rush hour road rage. the brawl in the middle of a busy street. you will see this as it unfolds. two drivers fighting it out. that was during rush hour. the man in the tie, watch this he goes after the other driver. one of them nearly hit by a van. when rage puts all of us on the street in danger. also, you'll remember we reported on family members punished for cheering on their graduates at graduation. a new development coming in tonight. and then, take a close look at this. ♪ your kisses -- >> whoo! >> the 6-year-old dancer on stage demanding a little r-e-s-p-e-c-t. she's become an instant hit tonight, 29 million times and counting, and you'll meet her, coming up. not alone. fortunately, many have found a different kind of medicine that lowers blood sugar. imagine what it would be like to love your numbers. discover once-daily invokana®. it's the #1 prescribed in the newest class
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out of his car window, punching the other, a road rage argument quickly escalating. these drivers leaving their engines running right in the middle of rush hour traffic at a busy hollywood intersection. watch how close the man in shorts gets to being struck by oncoming traffic. >> they were screaming profanities at each other, and when they both got out, it became a full-on brawl. >> reporter: the eyewitness who captured this video tells us the two drivers were arguing through their windows about merging lanes for ten minutes before coming to blows right here in front of a school. aggressive driving accounts for more than half of all fatal car crashes. according to the eyewitness, several bystanders, including a traffic cop, watched as the scene unfolded. >> in los angeles, you never know who you're dealing with. you never know if there is a gun in the car. >> reporter: that's why police say, never get involved in a road rage argument. advice these onlookers ignored as they rushed in to intervene. kendis gibson, abc news, los angeles. when we come back here tonight, the big mistake during
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♪ is for a little respect ♪ >> reporter: the team in raleigh, north carolina, seen by tens of millions tonight. earning aretha and her friends on that stage a whole lot of respect. and it wasn't just the footwork. ♪ ooh your kisses sweeter than honey ♪ >> whoo! ♪ my money ♪ >> reporter: and just how did johanna colon prepare for this moment? with her dance instructor. >> she has that energy all the time, and so just being on stage, you know, i see her like that every week. >> reporter: and her station in raleigh, abc-11, asking johanna how she felt on that stage. >> i abc 7 presents dubs on 7, the toyota pregame show. >> game two of the nba finals turned into steph curry's worst nightmare. face fo face. body to body with matthew
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